Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations

Themes

Posts with a e-government theme

eGovernment Conference 2005: honourable mention

Many thanks to our new consulting team member, Stuart G Hall, for alerting us to the honourable mention of our clients, Patient Opinion, in the excellent speech by William Heath at the recent Ministerial eGovernment Conference 2005.

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E-government: A solution without a problem?

Do we really need to spend billions of pounds on e-government services which no one will use?

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Capacity building needs in local government

Some research on capacity building needs in local government from the ODPM

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e-government pioneers to be rewarded with cash

The government is set to reward local councils that make cutting edge use of technology with a cash bonus of £14m, it was announced yesterday.

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CAB to highlight how government can improve e-services

CAB and SOCITM to combine forces as part of a review of the role of intermediaries in government e-service delivery

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Public net-works: Stephen Clift on participative public services

Stephen Clift: public net-works as an e-government approach

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Egovernment@large’s enterprise architecture paper

“The essence of [the] paper is that before technology, data … was our main asset. We need to go back to the data being the asset”

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E-government targets debate

e-Government: should we continue with targets; if so, what sort of targets should be used and what services should be tackled?

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Forced to be free

Report on iSociety event marking the launch of the SmartGov report on 16 July 2003.

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Weblogs and politics debate

Whether weblogs and social software can be used politically, and if so, how and to what end

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